Megan C. Hunt is a South Carolina native, born and raised in Moncks Corner, a small town about 30 miles north of Charleston. After graduating from the College of Charleston and the Charleston School of Law, Megan moved to Murrells Inlet.
While in law school, Megan was the founding Editor-in-Chief of Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution, an Articles Editor for the Federal Courts Law Review, and Chair of the Honor Council. She completed more than 100 hours of pro bono service, primarily for the South Carolina Guardian ad Litem Program and the Federal Public Defender. Due in part to this volunteerism, Megan received an Advocacy Award from the Children's Advocacy and Family Law Society.
Megan's work experiences include externships with the Charleston County Probate Court, the City of Charleston Legal Department, and the Ninth Circuit Family Court. She has also assisted numerous attorneys with research projects and, during her third year of law school, was a law clerk for the Condon Law Firm, LLC.
Ms. Hunt is a member of the American Bar Association, the South Carolina Bar Association, the Horry County Bar Association, and the South Carolina Women Lawyers Association.
When she is not practicing law, Megan attempts new recipes, tries [usually unsuccesfully] to become a runner, sings loudly and offkey, and reads a lot. Megan, her husband Ryan, and their dog Maxx live in Conway.